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North Carolina Wades Through Post-Hurricane Flooding

Waters continue to rise across coastal North Carolina in the wake of Hurricane Matthew.

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An aerial view shows a neighborhood that was flooded after Hurricane Matthew in Lumberton, Oct. 10.

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Ryan Christian and Delores Miller canoe down West 5th Street after checking on Miller's elderly mother's home in downtown Lumberton, North Carolina on Oct. 11.
Travis Long / The News & Observer via AP
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The refrigerated foods, milk and juice aisles are completely empty on Oct. 11, inside the Food Lion in Pink Hill, North Carolina following Hurricane Matthew.
Janet S. Carter / Daily Free Press via AP
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Mist rises off the water around a flooded building in Lumberton, Oct. 11.

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A man walks through flood waters in Lumberton, Oct. 10.

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A car drives through flood waters along Interstate 95 in Lumberton, Oct. 10.

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Several abandoned vehicles sit in flood waters at the intersection of John and Benton Streets, Oct. 10, in Goldsboro.

Casey Mozingo / AP
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Residents inspect a washed-out section of collapsed road in Fayetteville, Oct. 10.

JONATHAN DRAKE / Reuters
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A group of people are seen walking through flood waters in Lumberton, Oct. 10.

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An aerial view shows flood waters after Hurricane Matthew in Lumberton, Oct. 10.

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A home is inundated with floodwaters from the Lumber River on Oct. 11 in Fair Bluff, North Carolina.
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Evacuees ride on a truck as they are rescued from a flooded area in Lumberton, Oct. 10.

CARLO ALLEGRI / Reuters
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A man holds onto a yield sign after trying to swim out to help a truck driver who was stranded in floodwater at U.S. Highway 301 and Tom Starling Road in Hope Mills, Oct. 9. Both people were rescued.

Andrew Craft / AP
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A volunteer firefighter with the Raynham-McDonald Fire Department makes his way through floodwaters to turn off the lights of a school bus in front of W.H. Knuckles Elementary School in Lumberton, Oct. 10.

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Rescue teams navigate floodwaters in a neighborhood on in Lumberton, Oct. 10.

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A home is inundated by floodwaters, near Lumberton, Oct. 10.

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Emergency vehicle lights illuminate water flowing over a road at dusk, Oct. 10 in Lumberton.

JONATHAN DRAKE / Reuters
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